Rays Tree Service in Paris, TX with Reviews - YP.com
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By: Kay H.
Arbornault Tree Care
Honest, reliable, and thorough. The trees were beautifully shaped and aesthetically pleasing to the landscape. The cuts sealed over nicely. I will call them again.
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By: Billy N.
United Tree Care of Paris TX
Great work fore a fare price
By: rebeccalamae@gmail.com t.
Dangerfield Landscaping & Gardening
Not impressed and over priced. Quotes are not professional. I should of got bids. Over $4,000 and I am sick with the outcome. Busted my plumbing too. I had to arrange for the plumber. He won me over with his nice personality. But I will be smarter next time.
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By: Mariano S.
Sanchez Landcare
The phone # is incorrect. The new # is (903) 491 6121
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